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springs road arlington va tambien en leesburg, tambien en leesburg, virginia se celebra por primera vez un festival latino totalmente gratis univision washington le invita al primer festival latino de leesburg, la cita es este domingo 30 de septiembre desde las doce del mediodía hasta las seis de la tarde... una excelente oportunidad de degustar comida típica latinoamericana, música en vivo, y además recibir asesoría en asuntos de inmigración y exámenes de la vista, la presión y el colesterol... el primer festival latino de leesburg es totalmente gratuito y abierto al público, recuerde que será este domingo a partir del mediodía en el douglass community center 405 e market street, leesburg, virginia... y recuerde que esta noche un grande de la musica ranchera amigos disfruten el fin de semana, y para despedir el segmento les presento a un talento local que tiene tan solo cinco aÑos... tiene cinco años, se llama paula maría, su mamá es mexicana y papá es el ocurrente payaso peruano chupetín... a su corta edad paula maría no conoce de miedo escénico pues ha cantado frente
hour in winchester and 54 in leesburg. so those winds are very strong and gusty already. 54 miles per hour in pax river. we expect the winds to end up somewhere in the 60, maybe even 70-mile an hour range for peak wind gusts heading into the overnight hours. when you have the winds, you have the waves. that's why we have 16-foot waves off the coast of virginia beach, 18-foot waves about parallel to the ocean city coastline and up towards rehoboth and lewis and you can see some other wind gusts here. 53 miles an hour is the peak wind gust being reported at dover air force base. >> the waves down a little bit. i guess that westerly wind is doing its thing now, but still -- >> 67 miles an hour. >> just off the coast of rehoboth about 15 miles or so. temperatures, we're in the 40s to around 50. look at oakland 32. you jump the divide it's a whole other world. 49 in fredericksburg with 46 in manassas and gaithersburg. i'm not going to show you a wind chill map. massive amounts of moisture and rain rolling. in we have actually saw a picture on facebook in martinsburg. there's flooding in ma
scene for a political supporter in leesburg. libbey steven's dogs woke her up at about 2:00 in the morning. she called police and said she believes somebody set the fire intentionally. >> it's one thing to spray paint a sign or slash it or steal it. it's another to set it on fire. that's wrong. >> the romney campaign office went out today to replace the burn sign. steven's neighbor, state senator and a democrat, stopped by this afternoon to offer steven's support. >> up next, new pictures from the scene of a deadly shark attack in southern california. >> d.c. making millions of dollars from the speed chemist. tonight, we'll tell you about the one spot that's notorious for generating tickets. >> and getting in the high school wean spirit, s. >>> somewhere out there tonight are two pit bulls that attacked a woman in northeast washington. it is the second attack on a person in that area in the last month. the woman was cornered by the pit bulls while walking her dogs near 15th and "d" street yesterday. a business owner helped chase the dogs away. just two weeks ago, just a f
registration drivers. >>> signs that the political climate is on fire, well, one leesburg couple found their romney sign actually burning in their front yard. >> reporter: i'm surae chinn in leesburg where the political climate has heated up literally where one resident had her sign burned to ground. >> it was a little scary. >> reporter: a driver stopped to tell the stevens their yard sign was on fire. >> monday morning there was a knock on the the door. there was a huge fire -- knock at the door. there was a huge fireball in my front yard. >> reporter: the stevens are romney supporters. she took a few snapshots of what was left of their 4 by 8 romney sign in their front yard. >> it is very disheartening and sad that somebody would choose to do this. shame on them, you know. freedom of speech. what's wrong with them? >> reporter: this is a friendly leesburg street where neighbors have differing views both democratic and republican signs up. sufew re, a gns have been stolen but never have they heard of one burning down. >> she has strong political beliefs and she's a good friend an >>> meantime in leesburg support for one of the presidential candidates burns bright on one family's front lawn and we mean that literally. >> reporter: i'm surae chinn in leesburg where the political climate has heated up literally where one resident had her sign burned to the ground. >> it was a little scary. >> reporter: a drive stopped to tell the stephens their yard sign was on fire -- a driver stopped to tell the stevens their yard sign was on fire. >> monday morning there was a huge fireball in my front yard. there was a knock on the door. >> reporter: the stevens are romney supporters. she took a few snapshots of what was left of their 4 by 8- foot romney sign in their front yard. >> there's political signs up and down the street. it is disheartening and sad that somebody would choose to do this. shame on them. freedom of speech, what's wrong with them? >> reporter: this is a friendly leesburg street where neighbors have differing views both democratic and republican signs put up. sure, a few spines have been stolen, but -- signs have been stolen, but never have
, republican nominee mitt romney rallied with supports in leesburg. >> reporter: governor mitt romney says, in their second debate, president obama, in his words, did not answer questions on stage tuesday night. but here in leesburg, the former governor was brought on stage by a former cast member of saturday night. on stage in leesburg, virginia, comedian dennis miller kicked things off with a joke at the expense of the vice president. >> i said what is with this coffee, it is so old and bitter. she said oh, that's just joe being joe. >> reporter: but miller was just the warm-up act. the head liner was the republican nominee. >> there is a north virginia welcome. thank you, virginia. >> reporter: on the heels of the second presidential debate, mitt romney moved to tamp down reviews of an improved performance. >> i think it is interesting that the president still hasn't found an agenda for a second term. >> reporter: romney also criticized the president over possible cuts to the budget. >> unlike cutting this, i would have said maintain our military strength because america's military must
region. he will address a crowd in leesburg. we have more from scott on what to expect tonight. >> the candidates coming to virginia. this is in leesburg and is filling up pretty quickly here. it's interesting if you look at how this plays out. it seems like they always come to virginia, one of the major swing states, after the major events on this roller coaster ride. i was reason video as the people were coming in. this is a different type of crowd. there is a new enthusiasm among romney supporters. all numbers is showing romney up and ever since the october calendar, it has turned the tide had in that particular poll and we spoke to people about why it is they believe things have changed and here's what they had to say. >> until the debate started, i was concerned. now that we are getting to hear hear the momentum is swinging. we are hearing real issues getting undressed and we're seeing the candidates address themselves as people. >> i'm very excited. i'm feeling hopeful that it's going to be a successful campaign. >> you feel that more than maybe you did a month or so ago?
cool off. i think they will after midnight, still gusting to 17 miles per hour in leesburg and gaithersburg and a 30 mile-per- hour wind gust last hour at national. cover your plants. dress for the 40s and 50s tonight. pretty nice. breezy and warmer on sunday and warm, a little unsettled monday, but with temps in the 70s i think we can dance around the few showers. for tonight clear, colder, frost or freeze possible. winds diminish, lows 30 to 42. we had to open up that range of temperatures. we're looking at 30 or 31 in gaithersburg, 32 in rockville, 33 in college park and 34 in bowie. 31 in reston and sterling and 30 in leesburg and manassas, right around 31 or 32 in fairfax. definitely the coldest night of the season and again the frost advisories expand a bit now to include the district and prince george's county, freeze warnings in effect north and west of town. so tomorrow morning sunny with a cold or frosty start. if you folks in southern maryland, charles county and st. mary's county, don't have to worry about anything tonight, chilly start 30s and 40s, winds easter
morning. we want to check in with jummy olabanji. >> a suspicious death in leesburg. >> they say just before 1:00 this morning they received phone calls from family members because victim's family members had not seen her in several days. police got to an apartment located in the 800 block of edward's ferry rd. they found the body of a hispanic female in her early 20s inside the apartment. police have not released identity. police believe it is an isolated incident and that there's no threat to the greater community. we have a crew headed to leesburg right now. as soon as we get more information, we will update you later in the newscast. back to you. >> thank you. we want to check in with jacqui jeras. all the talk about storms on the horizon. >> as it should be. our concern is tightening with time, unfortunately. we will have an impact from sandy. just how bad is the question. my thinking is it will go up to our north and we will see some rain and wind and minor effects but we still need to be prepared. we have clouds and fog to start this morning. visibility is down to about two mil
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, stay to the left. and at leesburg pike, two left lanes closed. in montgomery county on the beltway, 190, looking good. all through montgomery county looking good. clearing an overnight work zone at university boulevard. >> a suicide car bomber blew up his vehicle near the gate of a u.s.-afghan combat outpost in eastern afghanistan. and afgh troops were injured mostly by falling debris. the taliban claimed responsibility. nato says the outpost was secured shortly after the blast. political experts and the public weighing in on last night's second debate between obama and romney. >> 46% of debate watchers said the president was the winner. there's a seven point margin of error. the debate had its share of humor and heated moments. >> 45 seconds into his first answer, the president went after his opponent. >> governor romney said we should lead detroit go bankrupt. >> the president took detroit and chrysler bankrupt. >> so you actually did. >> that's the way it was much of the night. >> have you looked at your pension? >> i don't look at my pension. it's not as big as yours. >> the republi
lady stopped in leesburg virginia. a woman in the audience fainted. >> are we could right there? we got somebody down right here. we're coming. help is on the way. [applause] here is the trick stand up -- you gotta bend those knees. >> the woman turned out to be ok. mrs. obama was able to continue his speech. consumer news -- the airbag in your car may be a counterfeit. >> there is a massive recall from taiba. -- toyota. >> we have toyota recalling nearly 2.5 million vehicles in the u.s. and 7 million globally. because of problems of the master power windows which in more than 12 models that includes tundras and rav 4s that could result in smoke or even fire. thousands knock off airbags -- that edo not inflate properly. more information will be posted on safer car/ there is a virus teens may soon try to catch because it sure as bad acne. more on that coming later. back to you. >> 4:37 is the time. 55 degrees. >> the upcoming presidential inauguration falls on a holiday. but he might not get a break on metro >> welcome back to "good morning washington. >> and check on the forecast
of controversy this year. opponents are not so sure. there is a charm to downtown leesburg that seems to make holiday decorations and natural fit. >> i think it would be great. >> in the past several years the goal of the courthouse grounds becoming a shared place of holiday spirit has not exactly worked out as planned. >> many of the displays were offensive to a large part of the public. >> he is talking about the so- called skeleton at santasanta. it was tolerated because the board allowed people to put up their own decorations as long as they were not obscene or explicit bet this year, board members plan to take matters into their own hands. >> we're hoping to put a little taste and civility back into it. >> groups like atheists' could suit and he will vote against the display. >> might invite this type of distraction -- why invite to this type of distraction to the board? >> i think is a great solution. >> holiday decorations are a seasonal staple. the display at the courthouse would help attract visitors and business. >> if they have a few carolers, it would be great. >> he tells me he i
two. as was the case even in leesburg. close to three in laytonsville. you have to look to the south, around calvert county and through the northern neck. in calvert county and saint mary's until about midnight. we're socked in with a whole lot of fog. how long is this informing going to stick around and how big of a problem will it be for the morning rush? i'll tell you in a couple minutes. >>> police are now calling the disappearance of a mother in loudoun county suspicious. she has been missing since august. court documents show she had a rocky relationship with her husband. pat collins is live in hernandez tonight where the husband is living. >> reporter: this investigation started in leesburg. now it appears to have shifted to herndon. more twists and turns in the case of the missing belly dancer. missing. leyla mccullagh. 36-year-old belly dancer, wife and mother of a little boy. last seen back in august at her leesburg home. a sprawling property with a pond and a pool. she lived here with her husband matthew and their young son. ian griffis is her next door neighbor. >> he goe
degrees in leesburg. 72 in frederick. it's 68 in gaithersburg. 72 degrees at andrew's air force base. those dew points in the 50s. keep things feeling nice and comfortable. we do have big changes on the way. here's the cold front that is approaching on satellite and radar. back behind that front, very cold air. you can see the white and purple shading here indicating the snow and ice that is forming back behind that system. we're not going to see that in our forecast, we are going to see a big dip in temperatures as that cold front makes its way toward us and another area of low pressure approaches. clear and comfortable, low humidity, as i mentioned before. 53 to 62 for your overnight lows with that southwest breeze continuing. saturday morning, still looks good. mostly sunny with temperatures in the 50s and 60s and an increase in cloud cover with that shower or storm possible as we head into the afternoon. now during the day tomorrow, 74 degrees in winchester. 76 in leesburg. 75 in warrenton. and 78 in manassas. looks like great weather as we head into the afternoon hours. i'm goin
-and-coming citizens. >> my opinion is -- the county is leaning republican. i am and small business owner in leesburg, and i think more people are moving towards the republican idea. >> some folks cannot get past mitt romney's 47% remark. >> i believe that obama has articulated a strategy that takes care of the greatest number of people and looks out for the common good. >> for the past decade, as the county population has doubled horse farms have given away to new housing and its hispanic population has tripled. >> this will be your first time voting? >> yes. >> are you excited? famishes a brand new citizen and a first-time voter. although she favors president obama's immigration policies, she is still undecided. >> when i look to them, they do not say anything concrete. >> mitt romney was back in leesburg just last night. >> we have 20 days. we need to take back america. it is up to you guys in virginia. >> we all know good well that cutting sesame street is no way to balance the budget. >> last week, michelle obama was urging the voters to get out the 2008 vote -- minorities, younger people, and w
have some areas of rain. 66 from a markehaymarket to the beltway as well. it's 46 degrees in leesburg. highs near 60 degrees today. it will be tough to have much sunshine today. we will see a few sunny breaks. the nationals back in town tomorrow, 70, partly cloudy. now to angela. >> off to an excellent start even with light rain falling. just one accident reported on 66 inbound near glebe road. we don't have a shot of it, but it's on the shoulder. it should not slow you down much because there's light volume. 395 is moving well. 95 still has an active work zone northbound approaching thornburg, two lanes closed with overnight roadwork. back to you. >> thank you. our top story sentencing for the man at the center of the child sex abuse scandal at penn state. former assistant football coach jerry sandusky and some of his victims planning to address the judge in court today. >> this is one day after he spoke to a radio station and insisted. insisted. t.j. winnick has more. >> jerry sandusky regrets not taking the stand in his own defense after being convicted on 45 of 48 counts of child
to live for something bigger than ourselves. >> reporter: romney rallied republicans in leesburg. the president's rival has few paths to victory without taking virginia. so you can see how crucial the commonwealth is in this election. in fairfax, chinn, nine news now. >> mitt romney had no public schedule today. he's due to hold a rally in florida tonight. >>> coming up at 7:00, find out why a pregnant mom and her baby were kicked off a bus and forced to walk to the doctor's office. >> all right, we'll see you then derek. >>> still to come in this half hour. getting a job after graduation has been a hot topic during the campaign trail. a look at what major may lessen your chances of success. >> and we still have some thunderstorms out there. take a look at satellite and radar. you can see that active weather moving through the beltway area but it will start to clear out and head through the next couple of hours. we have up to 76 degrees today. i'll tell you more about the clearing and cooling in that seven day forecast. >> but first we've got a look at some roads and metro statio
in the old dominion today. he has an event that is scheduled for this evening in leesburg. president obama will be in iowa. >>> well, the presidential debate is the top story across the country. kristin fisher has a look at some of the headlines outside the newseum where the front pages of most newspapers featured a picture from one of the most memorable moments of last night's debate. >> the last four years you cut permits and licenses on federal land and federal waters in half. >> not true, governor romney. >> so how much did you cut? >> not true. >> how much did you cut them by them? >> we produced more oil-- >> no, how much did you cut licenses and permits on federal waters? >> governor romney, here's what we did. there were a whole bunch of oil companies-- >> i had a question. the question is how much did you cut them by? >> you want me to answer -- i'm happy to answer. >> and it is? >> reporter: it wasn't the most substantive but most memorable. so much so that at least half of the numbs on display out-- newspapers on display outside this morning used that finger pointing picture on
hurt and two others injured after a flash fire in leesburg restaurant. >> it happened at the lansdowne resort around 9:00 this morning in leesburg. brianne carter has the latest. >> the good news is that theack to normal and operations are back under way. this happened around 9:00 this morning. authorities got a call for what was believed to be an explosion at first. that was not the case. there was not an explosion. it was a flash fire in a section of the kitchen. this happened during the breakfast. the fire occurred and some sort of gas emission. a mail was sent to the hospital airlifted to washington hospital center with severe injuries. -- a male. he is believed to be a shelf -- chef. two adult females were taken to local hospitals with much less severe injuries. because of what sparked all of this is still under investigation. the good news at this hour is things have resumed back to normal. >> early morning fire claimed the life of a man in northwest d.c. a man called 911 around 3:00 this morning for all home on newton place and said he had said himself on fire with his oxygen ta
towards the leesburg area. this is a pretty cool shot. again, very, very nice cloud cover. thank you very much for sending me those pictures on twitter and facebook. you're going to see some wind with it and then some rain coming in after those clouds pass by. for the record today, a high temperature of 72 degrees. a low of 60. that's the current numbers. we're going to continue to go down. about 600ths of an inch of rain. some areas picked up over a half an inch of rain. 60 degrees the current number. wind out of the northwest at 12 miles an hour. that wind is creating a little bit of a chill in the air, not really compared to a couple of days ago when many of us were in the upper 20s. right nows we're still in the 50s. 55 in leesburg. fredericksburg coming in at 57 degrees. radar, showing the rain that's moved through. this is where the storms came through. this is where those clouds, those really ominous-looking clouds made their way across the region. we did see the heavier storms. some of those storms producing frequent lightning. did not expect any hail or did not expect any severe
below average, 67 downtown, 63 in frederick and also leesburg. you jump the divide, the cold front through oakland. they are down to 43 and 54 up in cumberland. so again cooler air is on the way but nothing out of the ordinary really. satellite picture radar combined, we have a few clouds pushing through with a frontal boundary to the east of cumberland. all the showers are pushing north into pennsylvania. so for tonight clear, breezy, chilly, keep the windows closed. temperatures will drop to the upper 30s in the burbs and upper 40s downtown. we'll come back and let you know if you need a sweat shirt tomorrow d a look ahead to the weekend. >>> we do know americans will spend millions on candy, but what else may they break the bank on this halloween? you're looking at it. >> but up next tragedy at a parking garage at a florida clem, the latest on what happened -- college, the latest on what happened there. >>> two people are dead after a parking garage collapsed at a florida community college. the five-story concrete garage was under construction at miami- dade community college wh
. gaithersburg and frederick 57. but still, we have 63 out to the west of us and leesburg and 57 in manassas. and everyone 56 up in martinsburg. satellite picture, radar combined, some clouds earlier, high and mid level clouds. we have more clouds to the west. these will roll in tonight, not going to rain or anything, but high, mid level clouds. partly to mostly cloudy, breezy and mild. 46 to 54. it's a big deal. winds south, southeast 10 to 15. we'll come back and talk about why we declared tomorrow a yellow alert day and talk about the threat of storms and when they might roll in. >>> thank you, top. still ahead, a 20-year-old jug of barbecue sauce sells for $10,000 on ebay? you'll never guess why. find out what is so special about this sauce, even though you wouldn't want to think about eating it. >>> an update for the trial of two prince georges county cops accused of beating up a student. wait until you hear what happened in court today. >>> a judge has thrown out the most serious charge leveled against the pair of prince georges county cops accused of beating a student at university o
lingering in the charlottesville area, down toward fredricksburg, virginia. 46 right now in leesburg. 49 in d.c. so it is still very chilly out there. coming up i'll give you more information about some flooding problems and a look at the weekend forecast. a preview is coming up. jc, back to you. >> thank you, erica. >>> more than six and a half million homes and businesses in the united states remain without power in the aftermath of superstorm sandy. we're going to take a live look right now of seaside, new jersey. devastated by the storms. president obama is going to tour the damage in new jersey later today. we have a report now from atlantic city. >> reporter: president obama will be getting a firsthand tour today of the massive damage sandy inflicted on new jersey. along the jersey shore, the superstorm washed away the pier at seaside heights leaving ferris wheels and roller coasters in the ocean. >> to see the steel you structures lying in the ocean, it gives you an idea how powerful the storm with us. >> reporter: the new jersey governor chris christie will ask the president for
in leesburg and 70 over towards annapolis. just gorgeous. here's the frontal boundary, making its way in. in through portions of west virginia. that front will move through. and it will cool things down again. western fairfax county, to the reston and herndon area, through your morning, how about this, temperatures 63 degrees by 7:00. looking good. under partly sunny skies. 57 degrees by 11:00. waking up tomorrow morning to a rather cool 43. some of you will be in the upper 30s tomorrow. we'll talk about the real cool air, when the coolest weather moves in in my forecast. >>> the number of mentiingitis cases is still climbing today. at last count, the cdc reported 137 people had fungal meningitis from that medication. 12 victims have died, including one in maryland and one in virginia. the steroid shots commonly used to treat back pain came from the new england compounding center in massachusetts. the company has recalled all of its products now. but doctors say more cases will be discovered in the coming weeks. the presidential politics now, mitt romney on a prolonged swing through the
as yesterday, comfortable. chantilly is 49 degrees. leesburg. in landover or actually, lanham, 49. n waldorf, 52 in arlington. tuesday morning. we did have a little rainfall especially in .ontgomery county here's your forecast for today, 66 by 5:00 p.m.. 67 degrees for the afternoon high with mostly sunny conditions. a beautiful day. help the amount of rainfall yesterday. sunshine today. healthy amount of rainfall yesterday. back to angela foster with the commute. issues? >> no early issues so far. moving quite well. looking at most of the key routes, in virginia, interstate 66, nothing to worry about haymarket and vienna. a couple traffic cones on 95 should be out of the way momentary. moving quite well with no early delays. in maryland, 270 at the spur, no reported issues or delays this morning. back to you. >> thank you. 51 degrees. time, >> that news about a former georgential candidate mcgovern. why his family says he i i don't spend money on gasoline. i am probably going to the gas station about once a month. last time i was at a g station was about...i would say... two months ago. i v
he could have made a much stronger stance. >> at obama's campaign office in leesburg workers say the president's feistier performance was good. >> not so for this former obama supporter who showed us why he's backing romney. >> no, i'm not. because of this. obama care. i still will not support him. >> reporter: that sealed the deal for you? >> absolutely. >> america's military should be second to none. >> reporter: and as romney hit key issues including defense, education, energy and trade, support for small business is what this man came to here. >> it's a big thing in northern virginia, especially. >> we're all women and we're here supporting him. >> romney made no mention of one phrase from last night's debate that went viral when he said he received a binder full of women who might be potential cabinet candidates when he was massachusetts' governor. but he did remind this crowd that there are now 20 days to go until election day. in leesburg, jim rosenfield, news 4. >> president obama will campaign in northern virginia on friday. he'll be speaking at george mason university.
their secondter debate in new york. >> president obama appearing in iowa and ohio. romney will be in leesburg, virginia tonight. brianne carter has a look the debate which got pretty heated times. >> exactly. this is much different than the debate, not only in the way the twoe interacted, both men the spot to be at the house for the next four years. back to the battleground states r a heated back and forth debate for president barack obama and mitt romney. have you looked at your pension? >> i don't look at my pension. not as big as yours. >> answering questions from voters which focused mostly on includingssues education, taxes, fair pay, and gas prices. two were quick to go after one another. >> governor romney said we shoul >> governor romney said we should let detroit go bankrupt. >> the president took detroit and chrysler bankrupt. >> so you actually did. >> and they talk about e u.s. ambassador was killed. it took the president 14 days called the attack in benghazi and an act of terror. get the transcript. >> he did, in fact, sir. >> can you say it's a little candy. knew seemed the can
. at leesburg where it's 40 miles an hour now, 41 in manassas, 52 at dca, the big number on the map 44 in baltimore, 40 in annapolis. look at these wind gusts as we head across the bay, 48 miles per hour in easton now. i did see a peak wind gust earlier at virginia beach around 60 miles per hour. as the storm continues to move its track is expected to take it close to elgin, maryland and up toward lancaster, pennsylvania. it looks like the winds will continue to increase through the overnight hours. topper will talk more about that wind field. >> i wish we had better news, but we don't. it looks like it is going to strengthen and give us more damaging winds tonight through tomorrow morning. this is the hurricane force wind 7:00, a couple hours from now it. looks like pretty much the entire dell marv parks the bay, tidal -- delmarva, the bay, tidal potomac will be experiencing hurricane force warnings. there is a hurricane wind warning up for the tidal potomac and chesapeake bay. we'll take you into 2:00 this afternoon. pardon me? now the twin fields are essentially over the -- the wind
of the debates, presidential debates. republican nominee, mitt romney, rallied with his supporters in leesburg tonight. tom fitzgerald was there and has romney's reaction to last night's debate. >> governor mitt romney says in their second debate, president obama in his words did not answer questions on stage tuesday night. here in leesburg, the former governor was brought on stage by a former cast member of saturday night. on stage in leesburg, virginia, a committee kicked things off with a joke at the expense of the vice president. >> i said, what is it with this coffee? it's so old and bitter. she said oh, that's just joe being joe. >> but miller was just the warmup act. headliner was the republican nominee. >> there's a north virginia welcome. thank you, virginia. >> on the heels of the second presidential debate, mitt romney moved to tap down reviews of an improved performance by president obama. >> i think it is interesting with two presidential debates going, the president still hasn't found an agenda for a second term. we have an agenda for our term and our agenda is going to get
back in august at her leesburg home. a sprawling property with the pond and the pool. she lived here with her husband matthew in their young son. ian griffis is her next door neighbor. >> he goes and comes at weird times. he didn't have a regular schedule. and she went her own way, too. they look like they had two separate lives. >> reporter: according to court documents, the sheriff is investigating foul play in her disappearance. recently investigators searched her husband' apartment here in herndon. and seized a number of guns and a substantial amount of ammunition. according to court documents, matthew mccullagh lives here with his girlfriend. those same documents say that leyla mccullagh complained her husband was assaulting her and threatening to get her deported. mrs. mccullagh told friends, she was from russia. trouble at the mccullagh house came to the attention of police about five months ago. according to court documents, one day last april, about 4:00 in the morning, matthew mccullagh called the cops on his wife. he said she kicked in his bedroom door. that she broke his
to a series of other stabbing deaths, including one in leesburg. the prosecutor said that will save the taxpayers hundreds and thousands of dollars. >>> a grandmother and a baby were rescued from a burning apartment building today in new carolton. flames raced through the building this morning on 85th avenue. investigators say the fire started on the lower level of the building. mall come brown is one of the people who lives there. >> as soon as i came down, they bust through this door right here. got the fire done and the lady ahead, she had her baby. they put the ladder up there and make sure they brought the baby down. >> wow. nobody is seriously hurt after all of that. and the cause is still being investigated. >>> a man is fighting for his life after jumping from the second floor of her burning townhouse in northwest washington. it happened last evening at the project on k street. another three people were rescued from the townhouse. two of them with smoke inhalation. now it took firefighters 15 minutes to bring the flames under control. what started it, still being looked in
throughout the area. 45 degrees. most areas to the north, 46 around leesburg. 46 manassas. 46 around kent springs, maryland, right now. here's a look at that rain that's been with us again, all through the overnight period. the tail end around fredericksburg. by around 8:00 a.m., should be out of here with a mostly cloudy sky. 42 to 49 degrees. your lunch hour today, 52 to 55 with a little bit of sunshine. still chilly as we get up to a high of 60 degrees. >>> still tracking breaking news if you're traveling along little river turn bike at april thandale road. the situation did have all your lanes blocked as you travel westbound and eastbound. eastbound at least one lane now gets by. looks like westbound, those lanes are blocked and you're going to have to turn onto annandale to make your commute. looks like they may be opening it. for now traveling westbound your lanes are blocked at annandale because of the accident. police are on the scene,truck. traveling i-270, heavy on the brakes. take a look at this as you make your way southbound toward 109. very sluggish. these delays start from
leesburg say they are looking into a suspicious death this morning that they learned about overnight. investigators say a woman in her early 20s was found inside an apartment at the fields of leesburg on edwards ferry road. that was around 1:00 this morning. police say they were contacted by relatives of the woman who had not been able to make contact with her for a few days now. unclear how the woman died. investigators say there is no threat to the public scientist former fbi agent is found guilty on all charges for killing a teenager while driving drunk i'm prince george's county jury convicted adrian johnson of homicide by motor vehicle while intoxicated. he crashed into lawrence garner's vehicle killing him and seriously injuring his best friend. johnson faces up to 13 years in prison. he is scheduled for be sentenced in d.c. general though his attorneys say they will appeal the verdict. >>> police in prince george's county are looking for a possible serial arsonist after they say nine cars were lit on fire in less than 24 hours. this happened in kettering and upper marlboro an
in virginia tomorrow at tide water community college and idolly park in leesburg. now we want to remind you, 9news is teaming up with our sister publication, u.s.a. today, for complete coverage of tonight's debate, beginning at 9:00 p.m., reporters will be live blogging, fact checking, what the candidates say. you can see that live on make sure your tv is turned to channel 9 to watch the debate. it starts at 9:00 p.m. and log on to at the same time. join me and derek at 11:00 as we fact check what the candidates say. that is all right now from u.s.a. today's newsroom, lesli, i'll take it back to you. >> all right, debate night in america, always exciting. thank you. >>> here is a story you don't hear every day. a woman is allegedly raped by a stranger at frederick, maryland. the victim's friends and family spot the suspect and take the law into their own hands. andrea mccarren shows us how the dramatic series of events unfolded. >> this is where the story ends. in a convenient store parking lot where bystanders flagged down frederick police on sunday night. they had jus
a light jacket or sweat shirt. 79 leesburg this afternoon. 78 at andrews. 6:00 a.m. here's monika with timesaver traffic and chips. >>> doritos for breakfast? i like the idea, even at 6:00 in the morning. what we're talking about is a disabled chips truck on the northbound side of route 301 here at central avenue. it's chips and dip, everybody. we're going to take a live look from our sky 9. it's a frito lay truck broken down northbound 301 at central avenue. annual dray ya says all we -- andrea says all we need now is a truck full of salsa to break down. if you're planning to head here, the left lane is blocked. stay to the right to get by. i don't think it's causing much of a delay but give yourself a few extra minutes to travel through that or use church road as your alternate route. this time we go to the northbound side of i-95. no problems. all good traveling out of triangle. a little bit of slow traffic here. you're okay at woodbridge. another live look outside and show you what it looks like in springfield. bunching up as usual near route 644. i'll be back with more on tha
is speaking to a crowd in leesburg. >> now finally, when it comes to understanding the lives of women, all right? when it come to standing up for our rights and opportunities, we know that my husband will always have our backs! >> reporter: news4 in northern virginia bureau chief julie carey is live in leesburg where the fight is on to get the edge with women voters. >> reporter: the first lady wrapping up a rousing pep rally here at the loudoun county fairgrounds. she is an energetic advocate on behalf of her husband and a key figure in the obama campaign's effort to turn out women for the president. the president's advantage with women has been shrinking since the debate performance last week. today we got the thoughts from women in both the romney and obama camps. there is one thing the obama and romney campaigns can agree on. women are a key to victory. until last week's debate, the gender gap strongly favored president obama. he had a double digit lead with women. now as the poll are tightening, the advantage has begun to disappear. one reason both sides are trying to energize their f
lunchtime tomorrow. leesburg seeing those showers. winchester, front row right now. it's mild out is there right now. but a calm wind so as these temperatures drop a little bit, it's patchy fog tomorrow morning and should burn off or pix out a little bit earlier. 65-70 degrees with some fog around. it's likely. some scattered showers, too. the kids will need their rain jackets and you'll need your umbrella first thing. area of low pressure u that will be moving through tomorrow. we're in the 60sback to the west. and, in fact, cold enough for snow up across north dakota, south dakota, montana. that's the bold chill that will hit us the second half of the week ebd. end. we're not going to get any snow, but it will feel dramatically cooler. i'm hearing at some housz holds, the heat or at least the ac has been turned off and some folks are a little unskfrtble. foggy one tomorrow morning. there's your showerst konling through and then some clouds, they'll start to break more and more by the time we get two, three, four o'clock tomorrow. four casts looks like this. 65-70 early on in the
super doppler seven. rain especially in frederick county south through frederick and down into leesburg. we have the right all along the capital beltway. a widely separated showers. . everywhere is damp. it is a pretty good light rain we have had. we have not had too much rain to show for it, up to 0.25 inches in spot. this is accompanied by some areas of drizzle and spotty light showers. 52 at reagan national after a high of 56. with the clouds and rain, we have had a four degree temperatures spread all day long. lusby, .25 king george, .24 inch. la plata, .1 inch. down to 47 degrees. this will be the coldest night we have experienced thus far in fall. we have some areas of low pressure along that boundary stirring up the atmosphere giving us that rain early today. speaking of energy, we have another batch of upper level energy in the atmosphere over oklahoma and parts of texas. you can see some light rain developing and that will track our way into washington and make its way here tomorrow to give us another cloudy day and areas of light rain. not as widespread, necessarily but there
a campaign sign. to a woman'sire sign in her front yard. was an leesburg monday morning. another romney sign was spray- painted. tonight asorm watch ony are keeping a close eye hurricane sandy. potential that storm could big problems in our region. bob ryan joins us with the projections. what is the latest? >> it is a bit stronger, it is cuba.ching the coast of it is very unusual for late october. winds are now 90 miles per hour able be moving across cuba. -- and it will be moving across cuba. the general track is still to theg it very close east coast. very latest. a 70%eans about would bety that sandy off the coast. even if it is off the coast, become a hybrid storm, it would be causing a lot of problems along the east coast and especially in to new england. what about the marine corps marathon? i think the impact would the weather front and sandy. , showers and breezy, but some pretty good running the marine corps marathon. 60-65 degrees. >> utility companies and people in those flood prone bracing for the worst when it comes to sandy. pickler keeping a close watch nexte forecast over the
a fredericksburg. then mitt romney will post- debate rally in leesburg. president obama will visit the area on friday, but the exact is not reveal. if you have not registered to vote, you are out of luck. in maryland, you have to register tomorrow. ofa trial over alleged abuse powers. shows prince george's county officers john mckenna. after marylande duke in a basketball came. game.aking -- basketball breaking news about the in montana. that were missing for days and montana's glacier national park. that nealnd says and jason hiser have been found and are safe. family members notified authorities after they failed to show up at the airport. we are told that the men walked out of the woods on their own. we will have more at 11:00. a new chapter in the over anrsy metroisement in several stations. o groups are putting as of their own, and that is anti-islam had. the new ads are coming from shoulderder to campaign, which is basically a coalition of religious leaders based here in washington. three new ads at 3 mattress including the one at willie park. -- metro stations, including the park.ght
rolled into the leesburg park to see mitt romney, last night's combative debate was still replaying in many people's minds. this loudoun county family came to see romney for the first time and maria admits she didn't enjoy the first debate as much as the first. >> the sort of head-to-head combative type of confrontations does kind of, i think, for most women, at least for me and the friends that i have, it's kind of unsettling. >> reporter: her husband, too, says it would have been tough for romney to improve on his first debate, nearly all scored as a big win. >> i think mitt romney seemed to be on the defensive a lot. just because he did very well in the first debate, i think the pressure was for him to do well in the second. the president came out a lot more assertive. >> reporter: but this romney supporter views things differently. >> i still think mitt romney won. >> reporter: democrats who staged a brief polite counterrally said they liked obama's aggressive style. >> he was strong, decisive, presidential, extremely strong last night. we're very pleased with his performance la
downtown. 63 in lease burg. i'm a -- leesburg. 66 in frederick county. i don't think gathersburg is colder than frederick county. i think some high clouds will come in after midnight. high clouds after midnight that are now located in ohio. high clouds by dawn. those 45 and 55. when we come back, more september temperatures and we will track tropical storm sandy. she could influence our weekend weather? >>> dc mayor vince gray, presented leo johnson with the first ever mayor's medal of honor. johnson who was a building manager took out a gunman. that suspect floyd is now behind bars facing a slew of charges? >>> still to come on 9 news, a jogger, now, police are on the hunt to find the thug responsible. >>> right after the break, new information on cervical cancer testing women need to know about. stay with us ? >>> a few minutes ago, this trailer of a semi truck burst into flames right behind the cvs. that truck was fully loaded with items for that cvs. it took firefighter as while to put it out. it doesn't look like anything on the truck was hazard does. if you are waiting for someone wh
cooler in leesburg. bo looking at 43 degrees. 49 in upper northwest d.c. with winds at 3 miles an hour. temperatures will be cooler to the west of us. closer toward the bay, annapolis at 56. southern maryland, 52. look atÑi the warmth developing. 9 68 in annapolis. an indication of what is on the for the day tomorrow. look at the 24-hour temperature change compared to this time yesterday. 18-20 degrees warmer. we will be looking at some of the warmer air tomorrow. that is going to warm the temperatures. they will stick around on monday. the doppler radar is quiet and dry. monday afternoon, a better chance for showers across the mid-a plan to attend a few rumbles of thunder. we are not expecting anything to become severe. it is all part of a cold front tuesday and wednesday. taking a look at the forecast, overnightith the hours, a clear skies. mid-40's. 50's when the district. tomorrow looks great. plenty of sunshine. ph7pupper-60's in the mountains. 70's when the district. i temperatures cooling behind the cold front tuesday and wednesday. by thursday, lower-70's. the wettest day wil
'll see some winds above 50 once again tomorrow morning. in leesburg, a 37 mile per hour wind gust. and a 34 mile per hour wind gust in hage rstown. -- in hagerstown. so the wind fields again, the orange is not what you want to see. eventually, we think this will move off to the north and west and encompass the western part of the metro area, and up to our friends in pennsylvania. and by 10 a.m., you still see the orange hanging around, and that finally lifts out during the afternoon. by 6 p.m., we still have a band, a pretty bake area of tropical storm force winds, and we can only take so much. even a 40-mile per hour wind by itself isn't so much. but it comes after winds that have been blowing for 1 to 2 day. that's a bit of a problem. the good news, by early wednesday morning, we will see the winds finally lift out, and by noon on halloween, we won't won't have any damagingen winds to worry about. maybe we can salvage halloween after all, if not, move it to saturday. we gain an hour this week. >> we like that plan. >> so they get two days off of school and halloween moved to the
's event in leesburg at the fairgrounds. just before 6:00, a woman at the event collapse. mrs. obama immediately called for help. there is no word right now on the woman's condition. >> for thousands of people in alexandria, one day after we investigated problems with several high-rise buildings. >> tell us what made the difference. >> a number of residents we spoke with, many of whom had to use space heaters of the last several days just to stay warm are happy that the heat is back on after 7 on your side stepped in. >> you need people to step up to the plate and speak on behalf of others who do not have a voice. >> at about noon, the heat at the southern towers apartments in alexandria was turned back on for the winter. the temperature had dipped into the high 40's or 50's over the last several nights. the conditions were very uncomfortable here, particularly in the morning. monday night, a property manager told us due to the system's eight, the heat is turned on in the fall and kept on until the spring. there are thousands of residents, and pleasing all of them can be difficult. t
showers developing once again out towards winchester, front royal, culpeper, leesburg, all getting some light shower activity. i think we will have a period of rain around here for the first part of the day and a lot of clouds. we should start to get drier air in here and we'll lose some of the humidity that is reminiscent of summer humidity we've had around here for the past 24 hours or so. temperatures once again on the mild side. upper 60s and low 70s. we are expecting highs back near 08 today. gradual improvement tonight and tomorrow looks fantastic. i'll have more details on that and we'll take another look at the radar in just a second. back to you. >> thank you. >>> the economy dominated the first presidential debate last night romney said he has plans to fix the economy. president obama said, when he became president four years ago, he was dealing with a major economic crisis. >> i also promised that i would fight every single day on behalf of the american people and the middle class and all those who are strifing to get into the middle class, i've kept that promise. >> there ar
were burned in leesburg early this week. several others were stolen or vappedlized. investigators say most of the trouble has been happening in southwest leesburg. one neighbor said she has been hit three times and she actually woke up to find a sign on fire monday morning. >> i thought about taking it down last friday night but it is kind of a big pain to take it up and put it down and we thought well, the election is just around the corner so we'll just leave it up and not worry about it. i never expected to have it burned. i expected to have it stolen. i didn't expect to have it burned. >> she says she is glad it was not a windy night because the sign was pretty large and her house could have caught fire. >>> an amazing discovery is made. a sound recording of thomas edison from 187-2348 what experts say is the oldest recording of an american voice. it also contains history as first ever recorded musical performance. he made the recording on a phonograph he invented. >>> the ongoing controversy going on over traffic cameras. when people comes through the district, it becomes the wi
'll have rallies in chesapeake and leesburg and in the leesburg rally will be at ida lee park. doors open at 4:30. the event begins at 6:30 tonight. you do need a ticket. you can get them at the victory offices in arlington, loudoun, or sterling. we have all the addresses right there on your screen for picking up tickets. >>> about 40 students of the university of maryland who want careers in politics watched the debate and they weighed in. >> deborah alfarone spent the evening with students from the school of public policy, and she has their reaction. >> reporter: inside university of maryland, public policy grad students are watching, reacting and tapping on their smart phones. >> it's not true. >> it's absolutely true. >> reporter: to be clear it was a lopsided crowd. do you mind if i ask for a show of hands of how many registered democrats? how many registered republicans? >> am i the only one? >> i'm one of the only republicans in the school. i don't know what the numbers are, what the percentage is but, you know, i don't mind. >> you want me to answer the question. i'm happy to the
. back to you. >> thank you. we continue following breaking news out of leesburg, virginia. police investigating a suspicious death of a woman in her 20s. officers found her after being alerted by relatives of the victim after they cannot make contact with her for days. she was inside an apartment in northeast in the 800 block of edwards' perini road. it is an isolated incident and quiznos spread to the public. -- with no threat to the public. >> president obama has a live interview with mtv today. >> mitt romney will be campaigning in iowa. the focus turns to a patrol boats in ohio. >>-- the focus turns to ohio for electoral votes. >> whoever wins the price data will most certainly win the white house -- whoever wins the buckeye state will almost certainly win the white house. the president was campaigning there last night. >> if mitt romney had been president when the automobile industry was on the verge of collapse, we might not have an american auto industry today. it supports one eighth of ohio jobs. >> romney is fighting back. >> my priority is jobs. we will get them here in
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